These rollups have all the flavor of New Orleans (and none of the carbs)

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New Orleans is famous for its cuisine, from po boys to bananas foster to oysters Rockefeller. But the muffuletta sandwich is perhaps one of the most beloved of New Orleans' culinary delights—and for good reason! The classic sandwich combines a variety of Italian deli meats and cheeses and one secret ingredient: olive salad. In the recipe below, this treat becomes a low-carb delicacy when bread is swapped out for big leaves of Boston lettuce. The lettuce serves as a wrapper to contain all those delicious fillings.
A variety of companies produce olive salad, made with not just olives, but also olive oil, cauliflower, celery, and sweet peppers. It adds a phenomenal punch of acidity to the wraps. If you can't find it in your local supermarket, you can get it online—just don't leave it out.
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Low-carb muffuletta wraps
6
10 minutes
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10 minutes
6 leaves Boston lettuce
¼ pound capicola
¼ pound Genoa salami
¼ pound mortadella
2 ounces mozzarella, thinly sliced
2 ounces smoked provolone, thinly sliced
1 cup store-bought olive salad
Evenly divide the deli meats over the six lettuce leaves. Top with the cheeses, and finish with the olive salad. Roll like burritos by folding up the bottom and top, and then roll. Cut in half before serving.
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